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  • SCO's Chief Takes Linux Beef To Japan

    A decision by eight consumer giants, most of them Japanese, to throw their support behind Linux has the chief executive officer of SCO Group on the move. Darl McBride, whose company recently launched a legal attack on Linux for alleged patent infringements, will go to Japan this week in an attempt to prove his point with some of the manufacturers that came together last week as the CE Linux Forum (CELF).

  • SGI Is Down, But Not Out

    After a brutal fiscal year, high-performance computer maker Silicon Graphics Inc. is upgrading its product line and bringing down prices in hopes of reclaiming some lost market share.

  • Netgear Switch A Good Fit

    Netgear hopes to gain ground in the small- and midsize-business market and at the perimeter of the enterprise network with a new line of Layer 3 switches.

  • Toshiba Relaunches With Channel

    Toshiba Computer Systems Group is rolling out what it says is a new, comprehensive channel program that emphasizes service while also providing additional marketing and financing for solution providers.

  • Hackers Battle Erupts, Disrupting Contest

    A battle among hackers erupted on the Internet as some factions disrupted a loosely coordinated "contest" among other groups trying to vandalize thousands of Web sites around the world.

  • Adobe Tests Anti-Piracy Technique

    Adobe Systems has begun testing online activation of its Photoshop 7.0 application in Australia as a way of stemming the illegal use of its software.

  • Delivering The Goods

    Microsoft alleviated channel concerns about more product delays last week by announcing final versions of Exchange 2003, Small Business Server 2003 and

  • Convergence, Channel Key To MCI Strategy

    As the fall deadline set by MCI Chairman and CEO Michael Capellas for his company to emerge from bankruptcy draws nearer, the carrier is bombarding the market with a new image and a services strategy centered around convergence.

  • Dell Extends Discount

    Bringing its aggressive pricing strategy to its unbranded white-box lineup, Dell Computer made an end-of-quarter push last month to boost its numbers in the space.

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